Let me guess, you would love to travel to England, Scotland, Ireland, France, and Italy. The only problem is the plane ticket costs upwards of $700. You don't have that kind of money right now. Luckily, you can visit this Canadian city and see all the sights without having to break the bank.
Montreal is known as one of the most eclectic cities in the world, and although the residents' first language is French, almost everyone speaks English as well. Whether you're looking for delicious food, beautiful architecture, or fun events, Montreal is where you want to go.
These tourists had no idea what was in store for them when they showed up in the city, but watched them get wooed as they explore!
Montreal is big on whimsy. A few of the tourist were delighted to find a bus stop with "musical swings," walls covered in artistic graffiti, an old-fashioned bank building converted into a cafe, and numerous outdoor concerts.
They also were excited to try a famous Montreal-style bagel. Many shops make them in a fire oven right in front of customers.
Walking down a street in Old Montreal feels like a scene out of London, Dublin, or Paris. The buildings are old and the streets covered with cobblestones.
Canada is famous for poutine, or fries covered with cheese curds and gravy. Newcomers can't get enough of the sinfully delicious comfort food.
Notre Dame basilica is "one of the most beautiful churches in the world," as one of the tourists describes it. And they weren't kidding.
Have you ever been to Montreal? You might want to add it to your bucket list!